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Foods:  Grapefruit, Lecithin, Melons, Onions, Oranges, Peanuts, Peas, Pecans, Whole grains
  • Required for the health of arteries; it increases their elasticity, thereby protecting against hardened arteries
  • Important for the metabolism of fats and cholesterol and may help to reduce blood cholesterol levels
  • Similar to choline, inositol assists in the movement of fats from the liver and muscles; it is a component of the cell membrane and is required for the transfer of hormones and nerve impulses within cells
  • Often considered a nonessential vitamin because it can be made by the body from intestinal bacteria and glucose
  • For people who regularly consume caffeine, including tea, chocolate, cola drinks, and coffee, it is essential because caffeine destroys inositol
  • Deficiency can lead to a deteriorating nervous system including conditions of anxiety, insomnia, and nervousness
  • Required within fat cells to assist in nerve transmission
  • Essential component in the proper formation and construction of new cells
  • Necessary for hair growth; a prolonged deficiency may lead to baldness
  • Diabetics excrete an elevated amount of inositol
  • Essential for reproduction
  • Prolonged deficiency may cause infertility in males or females
  • Required for the control of estrogen levels; it provides protection against the development of breast lumps
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Yours in Health,
Silke Heine, Owner of Simplify Holistic Nutrition